The bat pin on the PB is always battery voltage level so it would work but I believe, and maybe you can test it, it is always live at the battery voltage even when EN pin is enabled. If that is true then that wouldn't be good because it would always be feeding the Atmega which can be bad because it could try to power the Atmega from that pin which is the reason I go through the switch. Not saying it wouldn't work but its never good to have power going into an arduino/atmega through an input pin when it is not powered. However, if that bat pin shows 0V when EN pin is enabled then yes that would be fine, but off the top of my head I don't think its true. Let me know on that.144TECH wrote: ↑Tue May 09, 2017 8:46 am@HoolyHoo
So when i use a camble ssd switch, i assume you can hook this up by using a piece of wire with the resistor connected to ''bat'' on the powerboost 1000c and from there to the aio pad to make it working right? i have used the ''vs'' pin of the powerboost for camble's ssd. and having the pin ''bat'' unused so from there the idea. (could it make a conflict with camble's battery mp4's ? kinda showing up the same time? so maybe need to remove one set of mp4's?)
Oh and man, thanks for that stormtrooper theme it's really what i wanted
Oh and your welcome on StormTrooper.